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  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 30, 2011

Jose De Cordoba of the Wall Street Journal wrote an article this week on the most recent violence attributed to the “Zeta Killers” in Mexico. Recent murders by some of Mexico’s most violent criminal organizations indicate a rise of paramilitary gangs in the country, a very troubling indication of the problems of drug-trafficking in the country.  Read the full article here.Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 27, 2011

Luis Alejandro Sanz and his wife, Elizabeth Acosta Sanz of Miami have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud. Read more here.Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 21, 2011

Indigenous residents of Acteal, Chiapas have brought a suit against former President of Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo, alleging that he is responsible for killings in the late 1990s in the town.  The suit, which was brought in a Connecticut court, argues that the US court has jurisdiction under the Alien Tort Claims Act, the Torture Victim Protection Act, among others. Read the full story here.Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 12, 2011

An interesting post this week by Geoffrey Ramsey on In Sight details Venezuela’s reaction to the US having named four more high-level officials believed to have aided the Colombian guerillas. Read it here. The Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) added Amilcar Jesus Figueroa Salazar, Cliver Antonio Alcala Cordones, Freddy Alirio Bernal Rosales, and Ramon Isidro Madriz Moreno to the list of…Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 9, 2011

New lawsuits against Cisco for the company’s alleged complicity in human rights abuses in China will test the reach of the Alien Tort Claims Act. Read the full article from Reuters here.Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 6, 2011

An interesting analysis in the Wall Street Journal (Making Interpol Relevant Again) regarding the evolution of Interpol post September 11th, 2001 and the future of the organization.Read More

  • By: Forman Law Group
  • Published: September 6, 2011

There are two interesting articles from last week’s Miami New Times regarding corruption within the Chavez Administration in Venezuela. The first, a feature-length article entitled “Cedeño: A banker battles Hugo,” describes the harrowing escape of former Venezuelan banker Eligio Cedeño from political persecution in Caracas to safety in Miami, and his continuing efforts to make things right.  The second, entitled “FBI Wiretaps: Chavez’s…Read More

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